Which Lean Six Sigma training should I get? Yellow Belt or Green Belt?
The course we recommend is based on your goal
Please note that you do not need a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt to start your Green Belt. In other words, there is no prerequisite for a Green Belt.
If your goal is to only become a Yellow Belt, know that a Yellow Belt is a novice level Lean Six Sigma practitioner.
Here are the key differences between a Yellow Belt and Green Belt:
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt: A Yellow Belt is the name for a Lean Six Sigma Novice. This is someone who has had enough process improvement training that they have a grasp of the vocabulary and could participate on an improvement team if asked.
The average annual salary of a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt is $72K.
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt: A Lean Six Sigma practitioner trained in Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control (DMAIC). They can initiate their own Process Improvement projects, assist Black Belts, and Master Black Belts as well.
The average salary of a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt is $95K.
Here are the average salaries between the White, Yellow, Green, Black, and Master Black Belt:
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